How to Clean Spilt Oil and Grease Splatter in the Kitchen
Is that stubborn grease and oil splatter all over the kitchen irritating you? These kitchen nightmares, can accumulate over time making it hard to remove. Well, worry less as there will be more than one way to clean these mess and a smarter way to get the job done.
In this article, we have listed some of the best ways and tips to remove spilt oil and grease splatter all over the kitchen.
Kitchen Countertops and Walls
Simply doing a frequent wiping every after cooking using a regular all purpose cleaner can avoid heavy oil and grease build up on your kitchen countertops. If you prefer to use natural cleaning substance, you can use baking soda mix with warm water and a little bit of lemon extract or vinegar. This can also help get rid of unwanted kitchen odors aside from cleaning oil stains and dirt.
Kitchen Tile Floor
The key to keeping our kitchen floor clean is to mop or wipe all the spills and grease as soon as it happens. Grease and oil can start building up and turn into stains hardens if not removed immediately.
The following is one good sample solution you can mix and use to clean your kitchen floor.
1 teaspoon dish soap
1/4 cup vinegar
1/4 cup baking soda
2-3 Gallons of warm water
Mop around the kitchen floor with this solution, rinse with a warm water and dry.
You can use a Dobie Pad (a non scratch scrubbing sponge) combined with a gentle cleaning powder to clean the splatters and oil in your stovetop. Make sure to use gentle force to avoid scratching.
A dirty oven may contaminate the food you heat up. One great way to remove oil and grease build up from your oven is to use baking soda. You can make a baking soda cleaning solution by mixing and dissolving 3 table spoon of it to a bottle spray with warm water. Make sure that the oven is off and cold while you spray the solution to the grease and oil spills. Best to leave it overnight and you will notice that it is easier to wiped it out the next day as the grease and oils is already unstuck. You can use a damp cloth to avoid scratches.
Toaster, Coffeemaker and Blender
You should do a frequent wiping to the exterior of these small appliances such as toaster, coffeemaker and blender every time you use it to avoid messy built ups. You can do a quick wipe to these appliances using a cotton cloth with all purpose cleaner. Once in a while, you cal also do a deep clean by taking off all removal parts of these appliances and wash it by hands or in the dishwasher. You can also try to use an old toothbrush to get into tight corners and hard to reach spots.
These are just some of the useful tips and tricks you can try in cleaning the filthy oils and grease in your kitchen. But if you are too busy and these things will be too much for you, you can always book for a professional and experienced cleaning service who can turn a messy kitchen into heaven feels, just like magic!